Read along, little doggy

Boy reads with therapy dog in new kids' literacy program at George Mackie Library.

Angelo, 7, reads to Grover, 3, a St. John Ambulance therapy dog, during the Paws 4 Stories event at the George Mackie Library event on Sept. 24.

The program aims to promote improvement in reading skills for kids aged six and up.

For more information about upcoming events, call 604-594-8155.

 

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